Sleep Health Tips for Shift Workers

Shift workers tend to be continually sleep deprived due to a number of circumstances such as irregular shift patterns, overtime, and other personal commitments.

‘According to the International Classifications of Sleep Disorders, shift workers are at increased risk for a variety of chronic illnesses such as heart disease and gastrointestinal diseases’. [Sleep Foundation]

Sleep deprivation can also impact employee health and safety within environments such as warehouses, hospitals, and oil fields.

This session is designed to boost sleep quality amongst shift workers, with specific tips to improve daily habits, and stay alert on the job.

See below for further details.


Length: 60 minutes

Delivery modes: Onsite Presentations, Webinars & Pre-recorded tutorials (for wellness portals).

Number of participants:

  • Onsite Workshop: No set limit
  • Webinar: 500. For audiences greater than 500, please contact us.

Details:  Frequent tiredness and fatigue are persistent issues that impact shift workers. Rotating shift patterns and improper sleep hygiene cause issues such as insomnia, poor performance and mood disturbances. In this session, tips will be shared on ways to improve sleep quality, and structuring the day for enhanced performance. Topics include:

  • Tips for scheduling shifts
  • Sleep Wake schedules
  • Health & Lifestyle – Self care habits for improved sleep quality
  • Limiting screen time
  • Mindfulness – Creating a mental space for rest
  • Staying alert on the job

Languages Available: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Russian, Malay, Mandarin, Arabic, Korean and Japanese.

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This is a holistic wellbeing presentation, and is not intended to be taken as, or replace medical advice. For personal issues concerning health, participants are advised to conduct their personal research before making lifestyle changes, or seek the services of their chosen health professional.